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Figure 30-27 Review project properties
10.Click Edit and correct the entry, as shown in Figure 30-28.
Figure 30-28 Correct the definition of the jar file
11.The error should be solved, as shown in Figure 30-29 on page 660. Expand
the deployable service to locate the EJB.
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Figure 30-29 Contents of the deployable service project
12.Right-click the EJB and select Open With Deployment Descriptor
Editor.
13.Select the References tab and expand the bean in the left pane.
14.Select the resource environment reference. Change the setting for
WebSphere Bindings as shown in Figure 30-30 on page 661. The value for
WebSphere Bindings is the JNDI name of the JMS resource as defined in
WebSphere Application Server.
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Figure 30-30 Change the resource environment reference
15.Select the resource reference. Change the setting for WebSphere Bindings
as shown in Figure 30-31 on page 662. The value for WebSphere Bindings is
the JNDI name of the JMS resource as defined in WebSphere Application
Server.
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Figure 30-31 Change the resource reference
16.Save and close the EJB deployment descriptor.
30.1.5 Deploying and testing the new service
You can now deploy the service to the server. You need to configure a test
server within WebSphere Studio Application Developer. (You can find details of
how to do this in WebSphere Business Integration for SAP, SG24-6354.) To
deploy and test the new service:
1. Switch to the Server perspective.
2. Right-click the server in the Server Configuration pane and select Add and
remove projects.
3. Select the project Maintenance_ProcessesEAR and click Add.
4. Click Finish.
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Figure 30-32 Add project to server
5. Start or restart the server.
The restart or start of the server might take a minute or two. To test the
service, use the built-in Universal Test Client, which acts as a client of the
EJB.
6. When the server is started, right-click it in the Servers pane and select Run
universal test client.
7. When the client is started, select JNDI Explorer.

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